Keeping a business protected is more important now than ever. With recent hacks coming to light such as the SONY and Anthem Blue Shield attacks that compromised hundreds of thousands of customer personal information, it makes sense to protect your business when it begins to use social media for branding and promotional campaigns so that you business and customers don't fall victim to similar crimes.
Private data is now a very public issue. For the first time in history, people recognize that businesses store their information and they want to know how – and why. They want to know why websites need their email address so badly, and they understand that private photos can be hacked.
Uber is providing impacted drivers with one year of f ree credit monitoring services and will be filing a “John Doe” lawsuit so they can more effectively gather breach-related information in order to determine the responsible third-party.
Mobile payments. We’ve seen through news coverage, conversations with friends and family and our own usage how pervasive this technology has become this past year. To go beyond the buzz, MasterCard partnered with Prime Research , to identify evolving consumer attitudes toward digital payments and...
Citizenfour, the documentary on Edward Snowden's data release of U.S. Government surveillance programs, brought terms like "Deep Web" and "Dark Net" into our daily language. But what are these things and how do you access them?
The recent events in Paris demonstrated how powerful so-called “dark social media” can be, when it comes to organizing propaganda below the radar. The growing interest from political bodies for this notion of underground social conversations could legitimize privacy threats to better monitor digital users. Nonetheless, even if the notion seems to have been only recently coined, “dark social” started ages ago, with instant messengers, and later, newsgroups. It did not seem to be a problem until now.